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The About settings tab tells you about Malwarebytes for Windows and the resources available to you should you need technical assistance. The upper panel contains Version Information. The Resources section provides web pages to assist you for sales, support, and educational purposes. In addition, you can view the third-party notices as well as a…
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Click to view contentThe Account Details tab in Malwarebytes for Windows allows you to view information related to your device, Malwarebytes version, subscription, and a link to the My Account login web page. You can also deactivate your license key on this screen which is useful if you want to transfer a Malwarebytes Premium subscription to a different device. You…
jgolomb
Click to view contentThe Protection tab in Malwarebytes for Windows controls how the program protects your device. You can view this section by clicking Settings, then the Protection tab. The settings within this tab are grouped in categories and you can configure each. A screenshot is below, along with descriptions of each setting available in this tab.   Real-Time…
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Click to view contentThe Application settings is a tab on the Settings screen in Malwarebytes for Windows. This section allows you to configure how Malwarebytes interacts with your Windows device. A screenshot of the Applications setting is below.   You can scroll through the Applications setting to see several configurable items. Read further for a description of…
jgolomb
Click to view contentWhen Malwarebytes for Windows executes on demand and scheduled scans, some files may be categorized as threats. These files get removed from the disk location were they are quarantined and can no longer harm your device. There may be items that fall into this category, but are not malicious. On the Quarantine screen, you can choose what files you…
jgolomb
Welcome to the content guide for Malwarebytes for Windows version 3.8.3. Click one of the links to view the topic.   Getting started Usage requirements Download and install Screen layout License key activation Uninstall   Using the program Scan and clean Action detected threats Quarantine and restore Reports   Settings and configuration…
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Click to view contentAfter a Malwarebytes for Windows scan completes, a Threat Scan Results screen display details of any threats detected. You may choose to quarantine the threats, or ignore items that you believe Malwarebytes accidentally identified as malware. The following image shows an example scan result with various threats detections.   If the scan…
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Click to view contentThe Malwarebytes for Windows program interface is designed around a screen layout which is simplified and uncluttered. We intend to make configuring and using the program easy for you. The example below highlights each section of the screen layout.   Title bar The buttons displayed here vary depending on if you have activated…
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Click to view contentMalwarebytes for Windows provides three methods you can use to scan your computer: Threat Scan, Custom Scan, and Hyper Scan.  The scan method you choose determines how comprehensive of a scan Malwarebytes for Windows runs on your computer. To choose a scan method open Malwarebytes for Windows, then click the Scan tab. You are presented with the…
jgolomb
Click to view contentWhen activating Malwarebytes on a device, if you encounter The usage level has exceeded the max volume allowed, then you have exceeded the number of device activations allowed with your subscription.     To help with this issue, we encourage users to link their license to their Malwarebytes account to stay protected from misuse and control…
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